On the player front, Philadelphia's Vermeil suggested it might be time to trade Ron Jaworski for the quarterback's own good--"He takes a lot of (fan) abuse and I don't think they'll ever let up. I mean that facetiously but it's a tough situation for the guy" . . . Baltimore's Kush said the Colts aren't positive yet they will use the draft's No. 1 pick on Stanford passer John Elway --"a lot of factors involved between now and draft time" . . . Buffalo defensive end Sherman White retires after 11 pro years--"to go out of this game like I came in, healthy, and still in one piece" . . . Joe Cribbs, who gained 633 yards in seven games after holding out the first two, says that's it, trade him; "I think I've played my last game with the Buffalo Bills" . . . N.Y. Jets' Sack Exchange stalwart felled by September knee injury, Joe Klecko, returns for spot duty Sunday . . .
Add Sam Huff and ABC's Steve Bell to dais for today's luncheon at which Quarterback Club has Judge John Sirica and Sen. Bill Cohen present Mark Moseley and John Riggins as Redskins of year. Touchdown Club, noon.